What do you really want? What is your soul clinging to? What is getting in your way? In these pages Gem and Alan Fadling outline eight key questions that offer deep insight into how we experience soul change. These questions open the door to spiritual transformation. They help us unpack where we are stuck, where we are in pain, where we are afraid, and much more. They also reveal the path to joy and to the heart of God. Spiritual inventories and exercises will guide you, along with stories from Gem and Alan’s lives and their ministry together through Unhurried Living. “Embarking on a journey of transformation involves remaining awake to a deeper level of reality that is always present,” write the Fadlings. “Remaining on this journey requires a simpler, God focus. These eight questions about transformation can help us cultivate this kind of deeper awareness and soul focus. These paths help keep us on the journey of transformation. They keep us in the presence of the transforming One.” This practical, personal book offers a path to understanding what God wants to reveal in your soul.
This book gives you eight “soul” questions to ponder.
- Desire: What do you really want?
- Resistance: What is getting in your way?
- Vulnerability: Where are you hiding?
- Truth: What is most real to you?
- Pain: How are your suffering?
- Fear: What are you afraid of?
- Control: What are you clinging to?
- Joy: What does your soul love?
With insight and practical application exercises, Alan and Gem lead you through these questions in this spiritual primer for your inner life.
The topics are diverse and entire libraries have been written on the subjects of each section, but here is a book that gives insightful consideration and a solid jumping off point for each topic. Applicable for someone who is just putting their toes into the river of spiritual formation as well as for those who are at home swimming in deep waters, What Does Your Soul Love is a valuable companion on the journey of transformation.
I received a free digital galley of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.